Siobhan Wilson

Siobhan WilsonEchoes of great artists such as Joni Mitchell, Kate Bush and Nina Simone can be heard in Siobhan’s songs. Siobhan says of her own distinct style ‘I use my voice differently to many other artists, I’m not that interested in fashion and am more timeless.’

Siobhan has been making waves on the indie-folk scene for a couple of years having played to packed venues such as Edinburgh’s Queens Hall and Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall, played several major festivals (Cambridge Folk Festival, Wickerman, Belladrum, Celtic Connections), and supported the likes of Ben E King, Justin Currie, Eddie Reader, Sophie Ellis Bextor, and Idlewild.

Siobhan has built up a strong fan base, her song ‘All Dressed Up’ was downloaded more than 50k times on the Pop Cop website. Her music has already taken her to Europe and America, and been featured in a French television advert for the Charity Secours Catholique. Her BBC Radio Scotland sessions have been impressive and gained her high praise. Last summer Siobhan was featured on BBC 6Music Lauren Laverne’s ‘Headphone Moments’.

“She can silence a crowd with little more than a whisper..” Paul English, Daily Record.
“..personal, touching lyrics..” Vic Galloway, BBCScot.






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July 11, 2016